New Brunswick announces that it will open border to Quebec communities for day trips – Global News

July 30, 2020

The New Brunswick government announced on Thursday that it is opening its border to a limited group of Quebec residents for day trips.

The province says that starting on Aug. 1, residents of Avignon Municipal Regional County, Listuguj First Nation and the Témiscouata Municipal Regional County will be allowed to enter the province for day trips if they pre-register.

Residents of the communities who travel into New Brunswick for same-day travel with no overnight stays will not need to self-isolate when they enter the province, New Brunswick said in a press release.

Pre-registration is mandatory and those who have not pre-registered will be turned away at the border, the province said.

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